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Ottawa Landlords Success – Where To Get Expert Advice And Help?

January 2nd, 2020 · Comments Off on Ottawa Landlords Success – Where To Get Expert Advice And Help? · Latest News, ottawa landlords success 2020

Ontario Landlords Association PROTECTION MEMBERSHIP Provides a Ton Of Terrific Services AND Access to the Private Members Forum Where You Can Network And Get Help From Experienced and Successful Ontario Landlords The news from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation was good for Ottawa landlords. In their report CMHC said MLS sales are expected to […]

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Ottawa Landlords and Marijuana – Take Action To Change The Rules For Ontario Landlords

August 5th, 2018 · Comments Off on Ottawa Landlords and Marijuana – Take Action To Change The Rules For Ontario Landlords · landlord advocacy, Latest News, marijuana, weed

Ottawa landlords – Marijuana smoking & growing in Canada is legal Oct 2018. While Alberta, BC changed the laws to protect landlords, Ontario tenants will be able to smoke weed and grow marijuana plants in our rental properties! We need the laws to be changed in Ontario #onpoli — Ottawa Landlord (@Ottawalandlord) August 5, 2018 […]

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Ottawa Landlords – Challenges and Opportunities in 2014

June 5th, 2014 · 1 Comment · Ontario Landlord Credit Check, Ottawa landlords, tenant credit checks

  The housing market is still strong, but challenges for Ottawa landlords exist with potential landlord licensing and the danger of predatory “tenants from Hell” wanting to rent from you It’s been a good first half of 2014 for Ottawa landlords. CMHC has reported the housing market has remained stable this year. According to Ottawa […]

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Ottawa Landlords Ask: How Much Can I Raise the Rent For My New Condo, House, or Townhouse?

March 3rd, 2014 · Comments Off on Ottawa Landlords Ask: How Much Can I Raise the Rent For My New Condo, House, or Townhouse? · New Ottawa landlords, New rental properties, Rent Increase exemption

  If Your Rental Property Was Built After 1991 You Could Be Able To Raise the Rent As Much As You Want Ottawa landlords were shocked when they read the Ottawa Sun article on how much residential landlords can raise the rent in 2014. After all, the Sun article explained the Ontario government was capping […]

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Ottawa Landlords 2014: Investing in Commercial vs. Residential Rental Properties

January 16th, 2014 · Comments Off on Ottawa Landlords 2014: Investing in Commercial vs. Residential Rental Properties · commercial property investment, Ottawa landlords, residential property investment

With all the challenges of owning residential rental properties in Canada many Ottawa landlords are looking at investing in commercial properties. Is it the right choice? We hope all Ottawa landlords enjoyed their holiday and share our enthusiasm for landlord success in 2014. Challenges For Ottawa Residential Landlords 2013 was a challenging year for many […]

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Ottawa Landlords: Rent Increase Guideline for 2014

December 30th, 2013 · Comments Off on Ottawa Landlords: Rent Increase Guideline for 2014 · Ottawa landlords, Rent Increase 2014

  How Much Can Ottawa Landlords Raise The Rent For Existing Tenants in 2014? You Might Not Like the Answer! According to the Ottawa Sun the 2014 allowable rent increase for Ottawa landlords will be the second lowest since 1975. Yes, that’s right, 1975 Where you around then? Or if you were around do you […]

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